Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Enchanted Forest Small Trinket Shelf by Pam Bray

Hi it is Pam today on the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Blog. It been a Journey since the beginning of the year in my family and creative world. Today I am sharing a wonderful Small Trinket Shelf Stand using Graphic 45 Enchanted seems that every time I look browse through the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Store I am enchanted by all the fun and inspiring pieces.
I began my Small Trinket Shelf Stand by first base painting all the pieces (front and back) with paint. Repeat with a soft pink paint.
 Stamp background image with black paint on both sides of the Small Trinket Shelf Stand.
Apply antiquing cream on prepared pieces, wiping off with a soft damp cloth. Allow to dry completely.
Repeat painting steps on Layered Flourish Renata. Allow to dry completely. Add to top of Small Trinket Shelf Stand. Fussy cut image from pattern paper, layer together with pop dots. Adhere to top of Small Trinket Shelf Stand.
Repeat "Journey" Wooden Word Charm using paint steps. Allow to dry completely. Adhere to front of Small Trinket Shelf Stand. Add random vial and small metal crown to shelf.
 Add a few flowers, metal dish and small bird to second shelf.
Create a few Small Tags using pattern paper to add to the inside of the drawer of the Small Trinket Shelf Stand.
 Place button on front of drawer.
 Place Small Tags inside of drawer.
I hope you have enjoyed my fun Enchanted Forest Trinket Shelf Stand and make sure to check out the Gypsy Soul Laser Store HERE!!!! I am sure you will be enchanted by all the unique and inspiring chipboard pieces. Until next time Pam

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Supplies:

Other Supplies:
Graphic 45 Enchanted Forest 8x8 Pad
Stampendous Toxic Stamp Set
DecoArt Media: English Red Oxide, Black Chalkboard Paint, Promesse Chalkboard Paint, Lace Chalkboard Paint 
Random Metals, Vial, Bird, Flowers, Button


  1. Oh my..what an eyecatcher, Pam! ♥

  2. Gorgeous Pam, love all the details. Definitely a feast for the eyes. Tracy x

  3. This is amazing Pam. I love the papers and all the details. You are so talented.